Charney, Dan
March 2010
Material Handling Management;Mar2010, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p41
The article offers information on the trends of recruiting workforce in the labor market in 2010. It mentions the increase of counteroffers, the tightening top talent pool, and the improvement of background checks along with technology in the hiring workforce. It also notes that managers and employees will recruit talent and candidate testing and assessment will increase in order to determine the readiness of the candidates in fulfilling the position.


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